CIE's Regular Course is a main program of the CIE designed for foreigners who wish to improve their Korean communication skills in relation to business or employment.
|Duration||10 weeks for 1 semester (200hrs)|
|Class time||Monday to Friday, 09:00~13:00 (4hrs)|
|Level||Level 1 to 6
(*Eligible to apply for AJOU University after completing Level 3)
|Number of Students||Around 15 students per class|
|Break time (10:50~11:10)|
|Vocabulary and Grammar||Based on the vocabulary of each stage, You can expand and acquire related vocabulary such as synonyms, antonyms and derivative words, and develop your social language ability by learning proverbs, idioms, and four character idioms. You can use the vocabulary and grammar learned at each stage to complete sentences, express and convey their thoughts correctly, and can communicate on a daily basis, such as writing their own opinions.|
|Reading||Students can read various types of texts, from short paragraphs that can be encountered in daily life, such as daily life texts and practical texts, to professional texts dealing with general social content, and understand the structure and content. Through reading Korean literature, students can also read and understand texts in liberal arts fields. In order to improve reading skills by level, it is operated as a separate reading education course.|
|Writing||Through writing practice suitable for a variety of topics and writing styles, students improve their writing skills step-by-step, from practical text writing to the Test of Proficiency in Korean (TOPIK) and academic reports, which require logical writing at universities.
In order to improve writing skills by level, we are operating a specialized writing curriculum with the writing materials CIE has developed.
|Level Test||All new students will take the level test (speaking, listening, reading, writing) and be assigned to the level/class accordingly.
Factors such as test results, nationality, gender, etc. are taken into consideration when assigning the class
|Attendance||Attendance at least 80% of the total class time (160 hours out of 200 hours)
Considered absent from 25 minutes after class starts